The Great Fukushima Earthquake Lie!

The Tōhoku Earthquake of March 11, 2011

The Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake of March 11, 2011

On March 11, 2011, the very day that the Fukushima drama started, TEPCO released a series of initial press releases announcing the actual event that caused the shutdown of its nuclear power plants.

Below is a list of some of those FIRST press releases up to the next day, March 12:


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (1): The Effect of Earthquake Occurred in the Northern Part of Japan (as of 4:30 pm today)

“A big earthquake occurred in the Miyagi Prefecture at 2:46 today. Due to the earthquake, about 4.05 million households are in power outage in our service area. … ”


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (2): Occurrence of a Specific Incident Stipulated in Article 10, Clause 1 of the Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear Emergency Preparedness (Fukushima Daiichi)

“Today at approximately 2:46PM, turbines and reactors of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 1 (Boiling Water Reactor, rated output 460 Megawatts) and Units 2 and 3 (Boiling Water Reactor, Rated Output 784 Megawatts) that had been operating at rated power automatically shutdown due to the Miyagiken-oki Earthquake. … “


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (3): Occurrence of a Specific Incident Stipulated in Article 15, Clause 1 of the Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear Emergency Preparedness (Fukushima Daiichi)

“Today at approximately 2:46PM, turbines and reactors of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 1 (Boiling Water Reactor, rated output 460 Megawatts) and Units 2 and 3 (Boiling Water Reactor, Rated Output 784 Megawatts) that had been operating at rated power automatically shutdown due to the Miyagiken-oki Earthquake. … “


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (4): Occurrence of a Specific Incident Stipulated in Article 10, Clause 1 of the Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear Emergency Preparedness (Fukushima Daini)

“Today at 2:46PM, turbines and reactors of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Station Units 1 to 4 (Boiling Water Reactor, rated output 1,100 Megawatts) that had been operating at rated power automatically shutdown due to the Miyagiken-oki Earthquake. … “


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (5): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 9PM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred today at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (6): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 10PM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred today at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 11, 2011, Press Release (7): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 11PM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred today at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 12, 2011, Press Release (8): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 0AM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred yesterday at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 12, 2011, Press Release (9): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 1AM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred yesterday at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 12, 2011, Press Release (10): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 2AM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred yesterday at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 12, 2011, Press Release (11): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 3AM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred yesterday at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 12, 2011, Press Release (12): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 4AM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred yesterday at 2:46PM. … “


TEPCO, March 12, 2011, Press Release (13): Impact to TEPCO’s Facilities due to Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake (as of 6AM)

“Below is major impact to TEPCO’s facilities due to the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred yesterday at 2:46PM. … “


The entire list of identical TEPCO press releases, describing the impact of the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake that occurred at 2:46PM on March 11, 2011 goes on and on.

As you can see here, it is only since March 16, 2011, (as late as that) that TEPCO started to rename the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake into “Tohoku-Taiheiyou-Oki Earthquake” in the title of its press releases.

It is scientifically a complete impossibility to not know the epicenter of an earthquake during roughly the first 6 days of investigation and reporting by a company the size of TEPCO which obviously works very closely with geological agencies given the nature of Japan’s location and its earthquake history.

During all this time, up until this very day, TEPCO has been alerting the public – national and international – about what triggered the shutdowns. Unfortunately hardly anyone has noticed and of those who certainly do know most refuse to publicly discuss this very sensitive matter. Instead they provably sent out a team of trolls and ordered TEPCO’s website to be hacked and compromised.

That the respective earthquake that TEPCO continues to mention was/is indeed the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake is a proven fact (aside from their own press releases supporting this claim)… As the map below documents.

It is THE official map for THE Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake of March 11, 2011. This map is still used by the Japanese government, TEPCO and Japanese universities and engineers, as they continue their investigations. Years after the events.

It is important that people understand that in this case we are talking about roughly 100 km in between where the actual natural earthquake occurred, the Miyagiken-Oki Earthquake, and where the so-called natural sea quake occurred. That is scientifically entirely impossible. You can’t mistakenly locate the epicenter 100 km away from the actual REAL epicenter. Denying this given fact is useless and makes in such case one look like a complete fool.

I have a lot more information available to expand on and expand with in this very, very serious matter that has caused the deliberate killing of innocent Japanese citizens.

For now I want the above information to sink in in people’s minds around the world.

Let it strike you as at least very odd indeed.

This page was last updated by Tommy M. Bargo on November 16, 2016